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Accounting program

Specialized classes and liberal arts studies to prepare you for today's competitive, complex and changing business world.  More »

Business Administration program
Business Administration

For students planning to enter areas of office management, administrative assistant, customer service and quality control.  More »

Computer Information Technology program
Computer Info Technology

Degrees and certificates in program development, infrastructure, office applications, computer support and web development.  More »


Business programs prepare you for immediate employment in today’s competitive, complex and changing business world or to transfer to a four-year school. The curriculum includes business-specific classes and liberal arts studies.

Students planning to enter the job market upon graduation generally pursue an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree or a Certificate of Achievement. Those who plan to transfer to four-year institutions to pursue a bachelor’s degree should refer to the requirements for the Associate in Science and Arts (ASA) degree. During your first semester at NMC, you should consult a counselor or academic advisor for guidance in scheduling courses to meet your objectives.

Degrees Available

Occupational Specialty Programs

Transfer Options (Follow ASA Degree Requirements)

Online & Other Learning Options

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Internship information

Business and Technical Division internships at NMC are an opportunity for students to explore career or interest areas, apply classroom theory to a real situation, and gain practical experience for resume building. Learn more and apply here »

In the News:

What Is a Good Credit Score?

March 5, 2018

NMC Business Instructor Steve Rice is interviewed about the importance of a good credit score and how to build good credit.

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